Saturday, March 05, 2011

Saturday Dose of Cute: On the Trail of Treats #3: The Danly Version


Dan on the trail of treats 2

Dan on the trail of treats 3

Dan on the trail of treats 4
Attack!

Looks like this has turned into a series:
4/18/10: On the Trail of Treats, Version One (and why cute keeps winning out over food)

And sometimes it seems like all we do is hand out treats:

The Daily Donkey 28: Dolores, Dinky, Daphne, and Dan

© FarmgirlFare.com, aka Treat'em Up Good Ranch.

2 comments:

  1. I love to see your photos of the donkeys and read their stories. Have you ever read the books by Derek Tangye? His later ones often speak of his donkeys, besides the cats in his life. The stories are based in the Cornwall area in England. I also like to see photos of your dogs and cats.

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  2. My horses know what the word "treat" means!

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